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October 1, 2018
Twelve books all in a row.



October 1, 2018
October was the Time of Dog Salmon for the native people throughout southern Puget Sound.



October 1, 2018
Support for our hometown newspaper starts here.



October 1, 2018
Fall dahlias, salmon fishing, scarecrows and more.



October 1, 2018
There will soon be some spooky creatures hanging out at the Haunted Forest at Grand Farms.


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October 1, 2018
October 2018 full issue.


Lisa Bryan
September 1, 2018
There is good news to report and the smoke need not clear for us to see the value of compromise in action locally.



September 1, 2018
Blue organdy.



September 1, 2018
Collaboration in our competitive world.



September 1, 2018
Seeing people as people.



September 1, 2018
Fall 2018 update.



September 1, 2018
The Longbranch area will now be rated PC-5, helping reduce insurance rates.



September 1, 2018
The KP is home to a recreational wonderland.



September 1, 2018
The Key Peninsula Cooperative Preschool opens its third location, housed at Grace Evangelical Presbyterian Church.



September 1, 2018
Karen A. Barrow died unexpectedly on Aug. 8 in Spokane, Washington.



September 1, 2018
The Peninsula School Board appointed Art Jarvis as interim superintendent of the Peninsula School District July 26.



September 1, 2018
The Peninsula School District hired Todd Hering as the new principal at Minter Creek Elementary School in July.



September 1, 2018
Edie Morgan and Jerry Nebel in Art Walk performance, a Vaughn sunset and more.



September 1, 2018
Silly and spooky scarecrows will begin popping up along local roadways soon.



September 1, 2018
An article from November 2009 about the decisive Peninsula High School Fishbowl victory.